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Trying to upgrade to IE6

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I reverted back to IE5 because of other problems and now want to get IE6 back. Everytine I try to install IE6, I get a message that there is a previous install in progress and the system needs to reboot. I do this and then try to get IE6 again and get the same message. Can't get around this and it won't let me install IE6. Any ideas?
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I dont know if this will help but its worth a look


I just tried it and it came up with quite a few errors 464 to be exact but when it says repair it would ony let me repair certain bits 20 of the errors to it and then wanted you to buy the product to fix the rest.

And I thought it said it was free mmmmmmmmmmmm the downloading was free is what it ment. :tazz:

Sorry about that I try it next time before I suggest anything ;)

Edited by Elaine, 15 July 2005 - 12:40 PM.

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